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Reader comment on item: Is Campus Watch Part of a Conspiracy? [On Mearsheimer-Walt and "The Israeli Lobby"]

Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), May 12, 2006 at 13:15

Mr. Pipes:

Your accusers suffer from the same malady that has afflicted mankind for millenia: Forgetting that when they point a finger, there is three that are pointing back.

They are convinced that they are so right that their blindspot covers the territory where they might be, and indeed arguably are, wrong.

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